I often have notebooks, paperwork, files, a codebook, and other things that I need to keep in my truck. Traditionally I just used my passenger seat or the top of my center console for this, which meant that every so often all of my stuff went flying through my truck lol. I needed something to put all of it in that keeps it tucked away and secure.
The past few months have been rolling tool-cart months it seems. I’ve got so many damn tool carts now that I don’t know what to do with them all. Let’s see how this husky stacks up to the competition.
Holy crap Milwaukee just sent me this massive Tool Cabinet to test out, and I’m blown away at how cool it is! This thing can house so much, and with options for power it makes it an awesome addition to anyone’s shop.
This is a cool little bag that gives you a lot of portability options with your tools. I am a huge fan of hard-cases for use in the electrical trade, especially for storage in your truck or van for “extra” tools. I use hard bags to keep things that I don’t use as often, but still use somewhat frequently; like large channel-locks, roto-splitter, speed-square, monkey-wrench, spare drill bits, hole-saws, crimpers, etc. Let’s see how this Husky tote stacks up.
The 16-inch Pro Mobile Office by Husky is a neat idea for keeping up with documents and some basic tools and equipment in your work-truck. It can be used to keep “glove-box-items,” flashlights, files, and many other things and is designed more for carrying office supplies, more than tools.
I have needed a job box to keep all my shit in for the longest time, and was recently sent a 30’ plastic rolling job box from Husky. It showed up on a pallette in my driveway, and I was so excited to see what was underneath all of that green plastic saran wrap.